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Ken's Foods Inc.

Ken's Foods Inc.

Frank and Louise Crowley started the business of Ken’s Food’s in their kitchen in 1958 based on the house dressing served in the restaurant. Today the company has plant operations in Marlborough, Massachusetts, McDonough, Georgia and Las Vegas, Nevada.

As the years have gone by, Ken’s Foods has grown far beyond that original Italian dressing. We’re still a family owned and operated business. But today, between our Retail Grocery Products and Food Service divisions, we produce and package over 400 varieties of dressings and sauces.

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